Bank names Goldstein to two positionsMichael L. Goldstein...

BUSINESS NOTES

March 23, 1995

Bank names Goldstein to two positions

Michael L. Goldstein was recently named assistant vice president and commercial lending officer at Taneytown Bank & Trust Co.

Mr. Goldstein will be responsible for small-business and middle-market lending in Carroll and Northwest Baltimore counties.

Before joining Taneytown bank, he worked for Signet Bank/Union Trust Co. in Baltimore.

He traveled to Sacramento, Calif., last year to work in the Small Business Disaster Assistance Program, helping businesses hurt by the earthquake in September.

Mr. Goldstein lives in Owings Mills with his wife, Anita, and their two daughters. Reservations are due by tomorrow for a general membership breakfast sponsored by Carroll County Chamber of Commerce at 8 a.m. Tuesday at Wilhelm Ltd. Caterers, 1011 Baltimore Blvd.

Speaker will be Detective Sandra B. Mapstone from the Computer Crime Unit of Baltimore County Police Department.

Cost is $7 for members, $11 for nonmembers. Information: 848-9050.

Miller, Steger named top agents for 1994

O'Conor, Piper & Flynn recently honored its top agents for 1994 at an awards breakfast at Holiday Inn in Timonium.

Fredi Miller and Paul Steger, both of Westminster, were honored for sales totaling more than $4 million.

Others honored for sales totaling more than $2 million are Carole Stencil, Susie Rippel, Diane Bastress, Ellene Pelovitz and Gail Henze, all of Eldersburg; and Barbara Gordon-Utz and Liz Stepp, both of Hampstead; Rossie Swanke, Helen Serio, Bruce D'Anthony, Chris Shipley, Sylvia Gorman, Mike Mason, Shirley Howes, Judy Gill and Ed Bates, all of Westminster.

Rookies of the year are Gary Klicpera of Eldersburg and Nancy Oates of Hampstead.

Home Team Spirit awards went to Charles Koontz Jr. of Eldersburg, Barbara Gordon-Utz of Hampstead and Bob Korrell of Westminster.

Vanderhof will head Red Cross district

Linda Vanderhof of Bel Air has been named district director of Red Cross Services for Carroll and Harford counties.

Ms. Vanderhof will be responsible for ensuring that volunteer workers are prepared in the event of a disaster.

She holds a master's degree in education from Towson State University and a doctorate from University of Maryland.

Before joining the Red Cross she was executive director of the Maryland Department of Health and Mental Hygiene's Council on Physical Fitness.

Ms. Vanderhof also is a former teacher who has worked in the Harford County public school system and at Harford and Howard community colleges. She also served briefly as assistant principal at Southampton Middle School in Bel Air.

Real estate career seminar is offered

A free seminar on how to start a career in real estate will be offered at 7 p.m. March 30 at the offices of Long & Foster Real Estate Inc., 720 Hanover Pike.

To register, call 239-6111.

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